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Figure 9746. Virtual Controller.
A. Sustain pedal B. Down one octave C. Current octave D. Up one octave E. Take all keystrokes
Do one of the following:
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Go to Views > Virtual Controllers > Piano Keyboard, or press ALT+SHIFT+0.
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Go to Views > Virtual Controllers > Computer Keyboard, or press ALT+0.
Click the track’s Input control, point to Virtual Controller, then select the desired input channel (Omni or 1-16).
Note: If you do not see the Input control, click the Track Control button at the top of the Track pane and choose All. For more information, see Configuring Track view controls. Also, make sure you have expanded the track fully by dragging it down.
Figure 9747. Assign a MIDI or Instrument track’s Input control to Virtual Controller.
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Click the Octave Down button to scroll down one octave, or the Octave Up button to scroll up one octave.
Click the Hold button or press the TAB key.
A. Sustain pedal  B. Modulation C. Down one octave D. Up one octave E. Decrease velocity F. Increase velocity G. Play/Stop H. Black keys I. White keys 
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Click the Take All Keystrokes button .
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Click the 1-5 buttons, or press the 1-5 keys. The keys correspond to the modulation strength (1=OFF and 5=Max).
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Click the Take All Keystrokes button .
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Click the VELOCITY UP or VELOCITY DOWN buttons, or press the UP ARROW or DOWN ARROW key.
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